In 2019, LG will release a production model 65-inch folding into a tube TV with an OLED panel

At CES 2018 the Korean giant LG has unveiled a prototype of the world’s first TV that can be rolled into a tube. Now, a popular edition of Bloomberg, citing its own sources, reports that this TV will be in stores in 2019.

At CES 2018 the Korean giant LG has unveiled a prototype of the world’s first TV that can be rolled into a tube. Now, a popular edition of Bloomberg, citing its own sources, reports that this TV will be in stores in 2019.

At CES 2018 the Korean giant LG has unveiled a prototype of the world’s first TV that can be rolled into a tube. Now, a popular edition of Bloomberg, citing its own sources, reports that this TV will be in stores in 2019.
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According to new information, next year LG will unveil a full version of this folding TV with an OLED panel and a diagonal of 65 inches. When folded the TV is a rectangular module that hides the flexible screen. When you press the special button display rectified. It is also believed that the novelty will be able to fold partially, for example, to switch from 16:9 to 21:9 and close the ubiquitous black bars when viewing widescreen video. The exact date of release, title and price of this new device.

Source: Bloomberg